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Barack Obama’s Video Plan to Disarm America

Not fully mind you, but we will be LESS PROTECTED as a country, both here and abroad, if Barack Hussein Obama is elected.  The proof is in the video.

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  1. endithinks
    September 20, 2008 at 11:58 pm

    How is Diplomacy going to keep us less protected? We cannot just use our military strength as in the case of two wars and our struggle to overcome two countries (even though our enemies are not nations) is proof of that.

    We need to couple military strength with diplomacy and even more important pocketbooks.

    If we can establish more economic ties with varying problem countries and give them a taste of a middle class buy buy buy type of society they will be less likely to attack us.

    Why do you think we have not been attacked by a nation since World War II? It is because it is the economic interests of nations to be at peace with us and selling us their products and vice versa.

    McCain is too short tempered and aggressive to be an effective President. When the Russia/Georgia conflict started he began talking about the “Imperial wishes of Putin.” That is a ridiculous statement and just screaming for aggression. Obama urged caution and diplomacy.

    We need a president who can think, be preemptive through diplomacy and economic ties, and who responds to crises in a calm deliberate fashion.

    Even the Bush administration is coming around to Obama’s way of thinking. Just look at how they have agreed to timetables in Iraq(something Obama and Maliki discussed in July) and how they are negotiating with Iran.

    I don’t want to be drafted and fight in another war. McCain is too much of a warmonger. He also has shown a large lack of judgment picking Governor Palin as his running mate. The Governor would not be able to step into the roll of President.

    Thank you for listening and thank you for sharing your opinion.

  2. September 21, 2008 at 8:18 am

    I agree with you on the diplomacy plus military strength plus economic ties formula. I’m not totally in agreement that McCain is a warmonger, besides, any more expenditures on another war will be VERY difficult to push through congress, because the voters will balk at it, in my opinion. It’s easier to be for a war when the economy is booming, it’s more of an issue when wages are stagnating, and the politicians are talking about billions of dollars being spent of OUR money for another war. I think the weapons are important to have, I just don’t want to have to use them. If Barack gets rid of the weapons, then what do we use as a deterrent? Trade? Well, right now that isn’t an effective tool with countries such as Iran, Venezuela, and North Korea. But the possibility that we can blow them to kingdom come is. That’s where the diplomacy comes in. Explaining the options on the table to “get along”, and the consequences if we can’t.

  3. Ken
    October 27, 2008 at 5:08 pm

    endithinks said, “We need to couple military strength with diplomacy and even more important pocketbooks…
    It is because it is the economic interests of nations to be at peace with us and selling us their products and vice versa.”

    You mean like Venezuala and Saudi Arabia who can both mess up our economy just by saying they’d cut oil production, not even doing it?

    Obama said he’d unilaterally look at changing NAFTA. Canada said fine, they’d sell their oil elsewhere. That’s a big help.

    endithinks also said, “We need a president who can think, be preemptive through diplomacy and economic ties, and who responds to crises in a calm deliberate fashion….
    (McCain) also has shown a large lack of judgment picking Governor Palin as his running mate. The Governor would not be able to step into the roll of President”.

    And the least experienced presidential nominee since JFK would be ready? The nominee with no executive experience? The nominee who’s the most liberal and most partisan in Congress? The nominee who has no inclination, nor history of ever reaching across the aisle?

    I’ll take the more experienced McCain/Palin ticket over that any day.

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